1958

Card nights and traveling with friends is how Albin Joseph Uhrich ’58, MBA ’65 spent 60 years married to Elizabeth. He loved games of all sorts—golf, tennis, the San Francisco 49ers, and, at the San Carlos Senior Center, bingo. Albin died on Sept. 21, 2020. He is survived by his two children and their families.

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“Wonderful!” was the word William “Bill” D. Mowatt ’58 MA ’69 said most often as his heart slowly stopped beating surrounded by his family: wonderful wife Gail, wonderful children, wonderful grandchildren. During the twenty years he had been treated for heart failure, Bill completed 12 race-walking events, 6 half marathons, and 6 full marathons, his last […]

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1958

Martin Vonnegut ’58 MBA ’62 celebrated the 50th anniversary of his work on Apollo 11. He was a 33-year-old launch operations manager for the Communications Satellite Corporation. He was vital in relaying the astronauts’ data back to earth. For the anniversary, Vonnegut was featured in The Salinas Californian in which he detailed his role in […]

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1958

Frank Carleton Mooney ’58 grew up in Oregon, the oldest of three boys born to Gertrude Meixner and Elton Mooney. He attended high school in Portland and played on the state’s championship football team as a senior. Frank was a proud alumnus of SCU, working summers at lumber mills and Hewlett-Packard to pay tuition. He […]

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1958

Dominic J. Ruggieri ’58, M.S. ’62 was born in Ravenna, Ohio, on June 27, 1936, and came to Oakland as a child.  After graduating with two electrical engineering degrees from SCU, Dominic entered the world of technology, holding positions from basic research, product development, and various levels of management. He retired in 2001 as VP […]

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1958

A fourth-generation San Franciscan, Albert Frietzche ’58 was born on May 19, 1936, to Albert (Sr.) and Helen (Devlin) Frietzsche. A gifted student, he attended Notre Dame des Victoires, St. Ignatius High School, SCU, and received his Doctor of Medicine from Creighton University Medical School in Omaha, Nebraska. Albert was an avid swimmer and member […]

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1958

A descendent of Oregon pioneers, Donald R. Mellander ’58 was born in Watsonville to Elizabeth Margaret Long and John Raymond Mellander. He grew up in Watsonville, attended Watsonville High School, and attended college at Hartnell Junior College in Salinas and SCU. He also spent a year in the Catholic seminary in Los Angeles where he […]

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1958

William C. Jones ’58 was a professor, foreign service officer, Amnesty USA volunteer, beloved husband, father, grandfather. He died peacefully on March 18, 2019, in his home at 82 years old.

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1958

Bernhard Henschke ’58 was born in San Francisco and passed away in Mountain View on March 26, 2019. He was 85 years old. One of the many loved ones he is survived by is Sandra Henschke ’14.

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David Michael Maier ’58 was born in Oak Park, Illinois, to Joseph Maier and Elizabeth (Carmichael) Maier. The family moved to Pomona, California, in 1946, where Dave received his early education. Dave joined the National Guard and was called up by the Army during the Cuban Missile Crisis. He attended a number of colleges through […]

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Charles Edward “Skip” Gallagher ’58 was born at home in Folsom, California, to Charles and Caroline Gallagher. He graduated from high school in 1945 and then attended Placer Junior College in Sacramento to study mining engineering. Skip worked on the building of the Folsom Dam and at several hard rock mines around Battle Mountain, Nevada. […]

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1958

William Alexander Carroll ’58 was born in San Francisco on Oct. 9, 1934, to William Adrian Carroll and Olive Keenan Carroll. He graduated from St. Ignatius High School in 1952 and attended SCU on a baseball scholarship, taking a two-year hiatus to serve in the Army in Alaska from 1954 to1956, playing baseball for the […]

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James Raymond O’Brien ’58 was born Nov. 9, 1936, to Raymond and Mary O’Brien in Chicago. He attended Serra High School in San Mateo and became a Santa Clara Bronco who played baseball, completed ROTC, became a radio personality, and graduated with an English major. He went in to the Army and served as captain […]

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1958

Known for his love of family, friends, cars, and Italian cooking, Ralph Frank Moceo ’58 was born on Aug. 20, 1935, in San Jose. The son of Edward and Jean Moceo, he grew up in Santa Cruz, where he attended Holy Cross School. He graduated from Bellarmine College Preparatory and SCU, making lifelong friends along […]

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1958

Born in Panama City, Panama, on Nov. 11, 1936 to Henry Lindsay Mann and Rosaura Mann de Obarrio, Lindsay Alfred Mann ’58 received his B.S. summa cum laude from SCU. He received his master’s and Ph.D. in English from the University of Illinois at Chicago. In 1965 he was appointed assistant professor of English at UC Davis. In […]

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1958

Daniel J. Sullivan ’56, J.D. ’58 was born in Oakland to John and Helen Sullivan and was the beloved brother of Dennis and Kathleen Sullivan. He attended school in the East Bay before entering the Marine Corps. At SCU he combined his senior year of undergrad work with his first year of law. After passing […]

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1958

Born Dec. 8, 1935, in Watsonville to Mary (Crosetti) and Antonio Tomasello, Joseph J. Tomasello ’58 attended Bellarmine College Prep and earned his business degree from SCU. He married Lori Triolo in July 1959 and served in the U.S Army from 1960 to 1962. Following his service, he returned to the family farming business in Watsonville […]

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1958

Harold "Hal" John Kopp ’58, age 79, of Harrison City, diead peacefully at home surrounded by his family on Thursday, February 11, 2016. Hal was born on March 31, 1936, in San Francisco, CA, to the late Alvin and Lorraine (Perry) Kopp. Beloved husband of 55 years to Florian (Maroney) Kopp. Loving father of Christopher […]

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Patrick Ford ’55, J.D. ’58 passed away on February 13, 2016. He was preceded in death by his brother James Ford ’62 and is survived by his wife Cynthia Ford, brother Terrence Ford ’57, J.D. ’59, and children Hillary and Glenn.

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1958

John Philip Taglio ’58 died on Dec. 9, 2014. A native of Modesto, California, he built a storied career in the building industry throughout the state as president of Morrison Homes, while residing in Northern California. In 1996, he was inducted into the Builder’s Hall of Fame, a prestigious and honorable award for excellence and professionalism. […]

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